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Warzone 2 has undergone a cheating outbreak since the start of Season 2, and players have declared Al Mazrah Quads absolutely “unplayable” as a result.
Warzone 2’s Tactical Nuke challenge is one of the hardest in gaming. It requires a massive team effort across multiple matches, and is in many ways dependent on luck to achieve.
It’s too much for the average player to achieve in most cases, which is why so many people have started cheating to check it off their to-do lists. The DDoS issue was bad enough in the opening weeks of the season, but now some players are avoiding Al Mazrah altogether because of it.
Why Warzone 2’s Al Mazrah Quads playlist is “unplayable”
Players gathered on a Reddit post on March 17 to discuss how bad the cheating problem has been, especially when it comes to Al Mazrah Quads.
“The cheaters start the quads servers and it completely crushes the servers. They do it for their paid nuke-skin services,” summed up the original poster.
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“More than 95% of my matches on Trios, as well as several other people I know, have been perfectly fine, clear and lag-free. But as soon as any of us step into quads, 100% of our matches are just laggy nonsense clown shows where we jump around and teleport.”
Others joined in to share their stories of encountering these cheaters, with most agreeing that Quads receive the worst punishment. The other Al Mazrah squad sizes seem to be safe from the hacking problem at the moment, but that doesn’t mean it will stay that way forever.
Ashika Island is a bit of a safer game as it’s impossible to achieve the nuke streak there, meaning the more shady members of the community aren’t incentivized to cheat on that playlist.
There’s been no word from Activision on how they plan to handle this situation, so for now it’s best to hold tight and ride it out in other game modes.
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